BC AYN 1045

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Annual Report (AR) beginning:

January 1 (GongLi 公曆, 1046 BCE): 11-12 Shevat (שבט).

Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year

32nd/60 years; YiWei () of the 27th Chinese sexagenary cycles LiuShi HuaJia () coinciding with:

19th/19 Golden numeral years of the 143rd Metonic cycle is a leap year according to the Arbaah Shaarim (ארבעה שערים) begins:

17 February (GongLi 公曆): 1-1 Nisan (ניסן, YinLi: ) is the prepared straight (: Zheng) 1st day ZhengYi (正) of the 1st lunar month ZhengYue (正) 1-1 of the Chinese lunar year YinLi ().

Kingship of Ashur-nasir-pal I

19th/19 years of the reign of King Ashur-nasir-pal I (אשור-נצר-פל) is the King of Assyria #92 in the Assyrian King List during the Middle Assyrian period according to the List of Assyrian kings.[1]

The last year of the reign of Ashur-nasir-pal I is the 84th year since and including the reigns of:

6 kings of 39+2+18+2+4+19 years reign equaling 84 years, the 80th + 4 years (BC AYN 1045) since the beginning of the Period of the United Kingdom of Israel in BC AYN 1128, 400 years after the beginning of the Period of Judges in BC AYN 1528 according to 1 kings 6:1 and the beginning of the 12 year reign Shalmaneser II (#93). If the Hebrew Solomon is an eponym for the period then Shalmaneser II is the real Solomon being referred to.

United Kingdom of Israel

84th/120 years of the 3rd/6 historical periods of Image Time-identity on the national level extent, scope or context of the providential Period of the United Kingdom of Israel.

Kingship of Solomon

4th/40 years of the reign of King Solomon (שלמה).

Solomon's First Temple

4th/40[2] years of “Solomon’s (שלמה) reign over Israel, in the month of Zif (זו: Zhou), which is the second month that he too began (ויבן) to build the house (הבית) of the Lord.” At first glance BC AYN 1045 + 484 years (including BC AYN 1045) = BC AYN 1528 might seem incorrect, since the actual Exodus took place in BC AYN 1499. But the original and correct start date for the counting of 484 years does not include the 30 year extension past the original 400 year injunction of “stranger in a land that is not theirs…400[3] years.” The actual departure date of the Biblical Exodus was with a 30 year extension past the original plan, a sort of plan B departure date (430 years instead of 400 years). Now with this you can correctly date the beginning of the providential Period of Judges by the 4th year[4] of King Solomon's reign. BC AYN 1045 + 4 years of Solomon's reign (including BC AYN 1045) + 40[5] years of David’s reign + 40[6] years Saul’s reign + 400 years of the period of the Judges = BC AYN 1045 (including BA 1045) + 484 = BC AYN 1528. The period of Judges is the difference between Abram’s offering in BC AYN 1928 - 400 years of Slavery in Egypt through BC AYN 1529 and the beginning of the reign of King Saul in BC AYN 1128 = 400 years; BC AYN 1528 through BC AYN 1129. There is a total of 800 years between Abram’s offering (BC AYN 1928) and the beginning of the reign of King Saul (BC AYN 1128) similar and parallel in history to the 800 years since and including AD 1 and the beginning of the reign of King Charlemagne in and including AD 800.

Solomon's Temple, the Model for the Universal Syphers™ Templates

King Solomon's Temple floor plan is the basic design model [7](תבנית) for the Universal Syphers™ Templates used though out the Wikisyphers. In the layout view both are oriented toward true east with the 3 main sections going east to west:

  • Ulam (אולם); the "porch" or vestibule which acted as an entrance before the Temple on the east,[8]
  • Hekhal (היכל); the "temple sanctuary," great house or holy place,
  • Devir (דביר); "inner sanctuary," or qodesh ha-qodashim (קדש הקדשים) or holy of holies.

Battle of MuYe

The Battle (ZhiZhan: ) of MuYe[9] (); “countryside (archaic)[10] ruler” or just Mu (, 목); “tend cattle or shepard” in the sense of an overlord or ruler, was fought in China in BC AYN 1050 which led to the end of the Shang dynasty, and the beginning of the Zhou dynasty (). Zhou’s () beginning is complemented by the fact that in Hebrew Zhou () is pronounced Zif[11] (זו); “brightness” (Chang: ) and is used as the 2nd month of the civil lunar calendar (fiscal) of the southern hemisphere to signify when “the foundation of the house of the Lord was laid,”[12] the first temple during the Period of the United Kingdom of Israel. Zhou (זו) is cognate in sound with Zif (זו) and cognate in meaning with Chang (); “good or proper light of the sun” of the given name of the founder of Zhou Dynasty () ZhouChang (), see BC AYN 1110.

The first temple of the first Israel began construction in BC AYN 1045 and was completed in BC AYN 1035,[13] the third temple of the third Israel returned to Asia was completed in CE 2013.

Zhou Dynasty

5th/5 years of the reign of ZhouWuWang () or King Wu of Zhou the first sovereign, or ruler of the Chinese Zhou Dynasty during the period of time of BC AYN 1049 through BC AYN 1045. King Wu's ancestral name was Ji () and given name Fa (), the second son of JiChang (); "beautiful good and proper light of the sun." Fa's grandfather JiLi () inherited Zhou despite two older brothers similar to ultimogeniture and established many feudal states under his 16 younger brothers and clans allied by marriage.

WuZhou () has the immediate family of:

Zhou; Chow

Zhou (); “circumference” is also Anglicized as Chow () as in Chow Tai Fook Enterprises (); “circumference great blessing, happiness or good fortune,” a modern diversified Hong Kong-based company founded in 1929 AD whose honorary chairman is the Dr. Cheng Yu-Tung (). Chow Tai Fook is the major shareholder of New World Development Co. Ltd. both of which are listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.


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  1. Assyrian King List livius.org
  2. 1 Kings 6:1
  3. Genesis 15:13
  4. 1 Kings 6:1
  5. 2 Samuel 5:4, 1 Kings 2:11
  6. Acts 13:21
  7. 1 Chronicles 28:11
  8. 1 Kings 6:3, 2 Chronicles 3:4, 2 Chronicles 9:7
  9. Cambridge History of Ancient China’s account of SimaQian
  10. As in one of the nine ancient city states in China during the Xia and Shang dynasties
  11. 1 Kings 6:1, 1 Kings 6:37
  12. 1 Kings 6:1, 1 Kings 6:37
  13. 1 Kings 6:38

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